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If EVEMIM6 fatlLLfifW, liotfoltiUJ, t. II, FRIDAY, DKC. S, lAlO. 0
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You Know General Charles King's Stories
anier of the Cavalry
His Latest and Best
Will Be Published Serially in This Paper
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OFF FOR COAST
Publication "Boosting" Islands
Will Be Sent as Far
Tho Initial nnil January number of
tlio MliI-i'itcMc Magazine, Hawaii s (
new ICO pago Illustrated monthly, will
appear within n, few days.. Several
tluniBiiml copies or this highly lllus-'
trnteil ningnzlno will Irnto Honolulu
by tho Chlo Maru Saturday for slilp
inent (o tho Co.mt, New York nnd
I.omlon, whero arrangements haui
been made to rIvo the Hawaiian pub
lication prominent display
Tho follow lug Is from the announce
ment to he made, on the Unit p.iro of
the new mauulne:
"The Mlil-I'uctllc Magazine, will be
essentlall) 11 llleinry publlcntlon. It
will bu hlRhly Illustrated with photo
Rrnpha and ilruwliigs of Kcenes In
man) lunch und iHlandx, from Alaska
to I'apn Horn, and from California to
China, Jinn nnd Australasia. It Is
publldncd In llonolu'u, In the Terrl-,
lory of Huuiill, bocnm,o hero It Is eas
iest to assemble, the llteraturo of thu
raclllo from around the great circular
ocean that borders on the Americas,
Asia nnd Australasia
"Honolulu luu made the Mlll'.i
cillc Magazine: pos'.ili.e lis smnllei
lRricl'antM and biulness men lmn
Uiiod behind tho innliiin riotn the In
iej Hon ul the Idea, as have the larRi r
I Aim'i leans concern o, tho Chief I In
- wallali Clt Unt the Mld-1'acllle Ii
j tot tt Hawaiian .M.iRirlnc: It belong
Mil ei tin Pa' Hie
"It Is Intended to publish tho Mid
Pacific MiiKii7lne on the tilth of the
month preceding the dale It bc.u-i,
Klmiiltaueousl) In liimliii. New Yoih,
Kan l'lanclsrii, fjdney, Wellington,
Manila, Yokohama, Honolulu.
"The Mfd-I'acltlc owes Its present
llfo nnd excellence to the kindly en
thusiasm of tho buslueis inmmunlty
of Honolulu and Hawaii nt law."
Alevahder Hume runt Is the editor
of tho new magazine nnd Howard XI
Italian nstoclnto editor. The .Mld-I'n-cllle
will bu placed on the market as
n popular-pilced MiiKiizlne, the mili
sorlplliin price being 0:10 dollar and
n half n year.
An Absorbing Tale of Army Life at Fort Cushing.
You Will Admire Dashing Captain Lanier,,Deplore
His Arrest and Applaud the Part Love Plays in
Read the Opening Chapter and You Will Follow
the Story to the End
This Serial Begins With Saturday's Issue
DIED FAR FROM HOME.
(Ilrrhcrt .1. IlluKhsm. of Derbyshire.
KiiRlnnd, dlol nt the Queen's Hod'nl
Seeking n place wlicie It was li'nii
that his health r .uhl bo rosloied he,
nccnmpanleil by his wife, ciino in th
Isl.'iiids n'leul u cir rn: in I fir -i
lime loflded it Wnlniei. on llnwtll
wheio the illmite did srvii to do him
roii.I nnd he picked up Minim lint.
ijo recently U !: n turn for the
worse nnd wns limuslit to this ettv
where ho failed rapidly nnd the end
Tho funeral Icok place jesterdiv.
Rervlces being held at fl'nl Vndrew's
Cnthedi.il: the Intprment nt Ninnuu
Mrs. Illnglinm will return to V.ivi j
land by the Mnrama next wk. .
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
Is tho best, sjfest mil suroM lem dy
for cramp'i. coIc nnd diarrhea. As
I HlllllVMI " W llll''- ti ' i"ilnsjt
Is imequnlled, Sic 3!lc nnd ilOe.
: : :
" NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
" Every copy of the Eve n-
" ing Uulletirt served on
the city carriers' routes should
5' reach the subscriber by 0:30
p. ra. auDscnuers wno ia
to receive the paper by this
time will comer a favor upon
the Bulletin circulation
department by telephoning
complaints to 2256, A special
messenger will deliver the
Bulletin after this hour
when name and address of
subscriber are given.
BOTH THREATEN SUICIDE.
Iloth Juo Yuen Mow and the Chi
nese woman who w.m arrested with
him by the local authorities upon the
rcnupJt of the Sin I'ranclsco pollro
hno declared that they will end
their Ihos lather than return to San
Krnnclsiii, The man declares that
the chnrr.c against him Is a fairs one)
mid that he will Mmply bo tnken
back to the Co.it to rIvo the IIIrIi
blnders an opportunity to wreak
eiiReanco upon him.
Detective foiilcn left on tho Wll
liclmlun for IIIlo jejterday. 11" will
follow up (lovernor Krcar on (he hlK
Island and hecure thu tlRiiatuie of
the Chief Hxccutlvo to the necessary
papers of extradition.
Tim man who llattors n woman
can make her liollevo almost nny-
Weekly Bulletin, :$1 Year
RECITAL WAS GOOD.
(JIJio reellnl fytu In tho 'llishnp
iinll, runalinu, jpisterday for tho bou
cllt of tho Cnatlo Home was fairly
well ntlPinled. The belioilt consisted 1
of ftoilea und leadlURg by Mies Mae
DniiRil. Tlio tortious Hint weio m-
lecled wcio fttpoptlonally gileanlng to.
tho omifi penp'e who nttended, bo
ins jrraiiRPil In 11 way that held tholr!
Ititorrit throiiRh tlio who'o proRram
TliU vuiB tho Inllnl public nppear-,
nnce of this Klft''1' olociilloiilst and
It Is hoped lh.it she will bo heard
many times In the futiiio.
Cat S." iillloi lal rooms -250
I liiikliipss tifllri". 'llii'M' uru tlio tKlO'
jiIioiip numbers of 'the II u 1 1 p t hi.
It is not the quantity but
the inherent quality of
that enables it to perform its
mission. It is the one reme
dy universally known and
used because of its ability to
quickly restore lost strength,
increase weight, and vitalize
the nerve centers.
There is vitality in every
liUS DRUCGISTSI ""
TO THE PUBLIC Wc wish at this time to express our appreciation to
the Island public for the confidence reposed in us, as manifested by the
large number of purchases of the motor cars wc deal in. Altotjcther in (lie
past wc have handled some ten different makes of cars; we now hnnil.c
There is a reason for this.
To handle any new make that was produced seemed to us too much like
"trying it on the dog" with the public as the Dog.
Our policy was to study the situation carefully, gauge local conditions
and then consult the best automobile authorities in America with the
result that we represent today
The Pierce Arrow
(All Licensed Under Scldcn Pnlcnt)
"These three great makes represent a con bination of best practice in
automobile construction, with the widest choice of body types and prices.
The manufacturers of these three great makes are the leaders in the in
dustry. By handling only these three great makes wc can do justice both to the
public and the manufacturers.
There arc from five to eight thousand different parts in an automobile
multiply this by ten, and the number is enormous. Few dealers if any
could keep even the necessary parts of ten makes to provide against inev
itable accident, but with three it is different.
Wc wish our name to be synonymous with the
GOOD AUTO SUNDRIES AND GOOD SERVICED - ""' ' ''
-; Faithfully yours, ' ? . ..
Associated Garage, Ltd.
SELECT, ATTBACT VE CHINESE EMBROIDERED PAT
TERNS have been received just in time to put on display
for the holiday trade. We believe you will atrrec with our
buyer that these are the most attractive goods ever shown
here. The GRASS LINEN and SILK EMBROIDERED
GOODS nre DRESS SUITS and SHIRT WAIST PATTERNS,
and TABLE COVERS and CENTER PIECES.
In the SILK GOODS raiticularly ere DOYLIES, FANS,
pnd HANDBAGS espe ially appropriate for Christmas remembrances.
YEE CHAN & CO.
Coner King and Bethel Streets,
A strong phrase, but1
h'f a good name, for"
Congo. Perfect rolls.
carefully made and every
one Inspected and tested. No im
perfect rolls mil reach you. That's
why it ncer leaVs. There are no
flaws, no thin places, noueak spots.
Once it ii on the roof, the water
will not get through.
A sample will show you why.'
Send for it to-day j it's free.
LEWERS & COOKE,
177 South Kinci St.
"SHAW & SEVlLLrf
NEW MONUMENT WORKS
King Street, Near Alakea I
An Appreciated Gift
Has value in the eyes' of t''e receiver for its beauty and useful,
ness. Imported Chinese goots have both these qualities.
Amoiip the articles We ars showinR arc DRESS SILKS. SILK
SHAWLS, HANDKEROHtEFS and SHIRT WAISTS in all colors.
Bujir.e; s made easy who you sec this display.
We invite you to tall.
, v. Wing Wo Tai & Co.,
041 Jjvumnn. near, Kinu St. Phone 1020
Will do it
Dr. Hugh L. Dickey
Eye, Ear, Nose Threat, 1150 Ala
km stteec (opposite Royal Hawaifhn
Hotel). Hours: 9-12:30 and 1:30-4-30.
Sunday, 10-11. Evenings by
appointment. Telephone 3024,
Blank books of pl sorts, leugers, vs
etc.i manufactured by vtlio Jlullctin ""J
PulillBliInc Company, ' ",'i
InterlHlnnJ nnd O H. & U shipping
bonks for sals at tba 13 alio tin
nfflcOj toe oacr.